Sitting on the mountains, and shrouded in mist, a breathtaking beauty lies for over 2,000 years.
“The 8th Wonder of the World”
Local Ifugao Children
Traditional Ifugao Huts
Billy Goat Gruff
Between the Blue
No Pedals Needed!
Banaue Rice Terraces
The Shot We Can’t Go Without
Wow I love the 3rd last photo. I can really use a bike like that in a photo shoot. No one here in South Africa will have one. Thank you for sharing.
Awsome takes,really! I appreciated a lot!
Where can I get a bike like that? Very cool. Is it motorized or just pedal power?
Neither! It only has brakes on. Locals use it when going down on slopes… or when they just wanna be badass! ;)
Awwww, that baby goat is soooo cute! :)
Absolutely stunning! Particularly the second one!
When I arrived at the place, my jaw just dropped. I was speechless. Really.
You should see it! :)
Hopefully someday :-)
I’ve been to Sagada twice but never pa sa Banaue. I hope to visit before the year ends. Really love your photos! :)
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You never fail to amaze with your shots. As in never. :)
Wonderful shots. very candid and natural.
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ang gaganda nga mga photos
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Great photos. Keep ‘em coming!
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Wow – I’m totally going to devour your blog so I can learn of more places to visit!! Best Philippine travel blog I’ve come across! Nice choice of WordPress theme too! ;-)
Gee, thanks! :)
I know. Although WordPress delivers new themes weekly, I just can’t let go of the “Triton Lite.” I find it the perfect theme for my posts.
P.S. If you haven’t visited El Nido yet, you should! ;)
Yep I’ve been stuck on the same theme for months! I have not been to El Nido yet. Sigh, so much more to see!
Looking forward to bumping into you in one of those 7,107 islands! :D
The 2nd photo spells what MAGNIFICENT means! ‘Liked the rest of the photos, very clear!
Great photos sir. keep it up.
well done, have to go there
… the barangay is our surname .
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